Yaskawa New 0.159N.m 50W 200V AC SERVO MOTOR SGM-A5A3G34 Industrial Servo Motor
Power : 50W
Rated Torque: 0.159N-m
Max speed: 3000rpm
Encoder: 17bit Absolute encoder
Load Inertia JL kg¡m2¢ 10−4: 0.026
Shaft: straight without key
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Every motor has magnetic poles, just like a permanent magnet. These poles are created by bundles of magnet wire wound together in the slots of the stationary part of the motor (the stator core). Look inside an electric motor, and you can count the number of poles or windings. The number and alignment of these bundles of wires creates magnetic poles, and the number of poles in the motor determine the motor’s speed, stated in revolutions per minute. Keep in mind, no-load RPM is a factor of motor poles and power frequency, not voltage, horsepower, or motor diameter.
With that knowledge in mind, you may surmise that every four-pole AC induction motor runs at the same speed. This is in fact the case, and you can determine this speed by using the following formula: For 60 hertz electrical systems: 7,200 divided by the number of poles in the motor gives you the no load RPM.
For 50 hertz systems: 6,000 divided by the number of poles gives you the no load RPM. In North American, motors run on the 60 hertz system.